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Freshman quarterback Reggie Bonnafon ran for a pair of touchdowns and threw a 21-yard scoring pass to DeVante Parker to lead Louisville to a 31-28 victory over Notre Dame on Saturday, the third straight loss for the Fighting Irish.

The Irish (7-4) had a chance to force overtime but Kyle Brindza missed a 32-yard field goal wide right with 51 seconds left. The Irish scored a pair of touchdowns early in the third quarter, the second set up by a 61-yard punt return by Greg Bryant, to take a 20-17 lead.

But the Cardinals (8-3, No. 24 CFP) answered with the touchdown pass to Parker and a 15-yard run by Brandon Radcliff that he set up with a 41-yard run.

The Irish gave up 30 or more points for the sixth straight game, the first time that's happened in 126 seasons of football.

Michael German threw for 463 yards and six touchdowns and ran for another score to lead Tennessee State to 48-33 win over Murray State on Saturday.

Three of German's touchdown passes went Ryan Mitchell, who hauled in strikes of 72, 59, and 15 yards. Mitchell finished with 10 catches for 231 yards. Weldon Garlington added four catches for 84 yards for Tennessee State (6-6, 3-5 Ohio Valley Conference),

KD Humphries finished with 467 yards passing and five touchdowns for Murray State, but was plagued by three interceptions. Janawski Davis added eight catches for 101 yards and two TD's for the Racers (3-9, 1-7).

The two teams combined for over 1,100 total yards and 57 first downs. The Tigers scored the first 20 points of the game and took a 34-7 lead into halftime.

Evan Bradds scored 24 points and Nick Smith sank the game-winning 3-pointer to lift Belmont to a 64-63 comeback win over Western Kentucky on Saturday night.

Trailing 37-26 at the break, Belmont (3-1) took the lead with a 10-0 run that made it 61-60 with 43 seconds to play. Western Kentucky (1-2) took it back on a three-point play by T.J. Price with 22 seconds left, but the Bruins quickly moved the ball to the other end Taylor Barnette dished it to Smith for the winning trey with 14 seconds to go.

Bradds shot 8 of 11 from the floor, including a pair of 3-pointers, and had eight rebounds. Craig Bradshaw added 15 points and Smith finished with six — the game-winner and another 3-pointer just a minute earlier during the go-ahead run.

Chris Harrison-Docks led the Hilltoppers with 21 points.

Tre Roberson passed for three touchdowns, Marshaun Coprich rushed for more than 100 yards for the 11th time this season, scoring twice, and Illinois State defeated Southern Illinois 44-29 on Saturday to win 10 games for the first time in school history while earning a share of the Missouri Valley Conference championship.

The Redbirds (10-1, 7-1), whose only other title came in 1999, started quickly with Robertson hiting Cameron Meredith for a 30-yard touchdown and Lechein Neblett for a 70-yarder before the Redbirds adding a safety in the first quarter.

Roberson finished 14 of 23 for a career-high 319 yards. Meredith had a career high of 182 yards on eight catches, his third-straight 100-yard game, and Neblett had four catches for 125.

Coprich's two touchdowns gave him a school record 21 this season.

Southern Illinois (6-6, 3-5) got three touchdown passes from Mark Iannotti.

Illinois State had 602 total yards.

Tre Roberson passed for three touchdowns, Marshaun Coprich rushed for more than 100 yards for the 11th time this season, scoring twice, and Illinois State defeated Southern Illinois 44-29 on Saturday to win 10 games for the first time in school history while earning a share of the Missouri Valley Conference championship.

The Redbirds (10-1, 7-1), whose only other title came in 1999, started quickly with Robertson hiting Cameron Meredith for a 30-yard touchdown and Lechein Neblett for a 70-yarder before the Redbirds adding a safety in the first quarter.

Roberson finished 14 of 23 for a career-high 319 yards. Meredith had a career high of 182 yards on eight catches, his third-straight 100-yard game, and Neblett had four catches for 125.

Coprich's two touchdowns gave him a school record 21 this season.

Southern Illinois (6-6, 3-5) got three touchdown passes from Mark Iannotti.

Illinois State had 602 total yards.